The October 17th issue of the Houston Chronicle featured an article highlighting how Haystax’s Public Safety Cloud and integrated mobile apps are helping Houston firefighters. “Firefighters in the Houston region soon will have more information about certain buildings before they arrive to contain the blazes that threaten them. Using a federal anti-terrorism grant, fire departments in the five-county area have developed a digital database of high-risk structures – those critical to the nation’s daily operations, high-rises and some large commercial buildings. The database, accessible by tablet computer while en route to a scene, will replace binders full of papers tucked in the back of engines or command vehicles.” To continue reading the full article, click here.
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